Bank Risk Manager of the Year - Robert Berry, Goldman Sachs

The Risk Awards 2007

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Gauging the performance of a risk manager in a benign market environment - such as that witnessed in most financial markets in 2006 - is never easy. As one New York chief risk officer puts it: "It's not until you see some serious movements that you can sort the men from the boys and the women from the girls."

But Robert Berry, New York-based head of market risk at Goldman Sachs, has drawn praise from a number of parties, ranging from risk managers at rival dealers to the business heads at

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